Temperature hasn't been above freezing since Monday, and most nights have been in the single digits. Still walking in the park every day though.
In the center of the picture above, the Canada Geese are swimming in a circular area of unfrozen water. Below is a better view of that area. A few days ago the surface was completely frozen over, and I'm uncertain about what caused this part to open up. It hasn't been because of any warming trend because there hasn't been one.
Lately it seems I've noticed a number of articles using this term. From what I gather, the idea is that the success of The Sopranos has brought in a wave of evening adult dramas which like afternoon soap operas have an on-going story rather than standard series 1/2 hour and full hour plot.
We weren't getting The Sopranos when it first showed because we didn't have HBO, but we got the DVDs from the video store (remember them?) and did what is now called binge watching. I liked it very much and watch the reruns more often than I should on HBO which we now get.
We are big fans of Mad Men and look forward to every new season. Breaking Bad, of course, was widely acclaimed by just about everyone it seems, but we didn't watch it. I caught many episodes a few week ago when the network ran them consecutively, and I understand the popularity. I like Boardwalk Empire and think it's especially good visually, but Pam doesn't watch because of the violence. Same goes for Sons of Anarchy which I watch once in a while. So far, I like this new series, True Detective, and Pam also watches.
I don't know whether this is TV's Golden Age or not. For me the Golden Age may have been in the late 50's and early 60's when there were a ton of Westerns. At the time, they suited me fine.